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Oct 30, 2012 4:30pm PDT
today is mr. fred martin. fred, if you'd like to come forward. fred is a long-time resident of district 7, right there in the heart of the district [speaker not understood]. to be quite honest, to be quite frank, mental health is not an issue that rises to the top of a lot of district 7 concerns. i don't hear about mental health issues often at neighborhood meetings, letters, calls. but fred always makes it his top issue. and this is a gentleman who has had a very long successful business career, who has made mental health advocacy really a great part of his life today. and he has done more than just about anybody else to educate me about issues in and around mental health. he's opened my eyes, opened my ears to a lot of issues that prior to coming to the board i had no idea about. and i'm very grateful to fred for doing that. and just within quite frankly the very parochial world of district 7, i give great credit to fred for making this issue far more prevalent in the minds of the residents of district 7, helping everybody understand maybe to get back to present truth comment
Oct 27, 2012 9:00am PDT
? >> it's definitely having an impact, fred, no doubt about it. today's reallies in florida are on for mitt romney but he's canceled one tomorrow in virginia beach, virginia. the same thing, jn, the vice president had a rally today planned for virginia beach that's been called. into the weekend and next week you may see more of these events canceled in the battleground state because of the storm. i've talked to campaign officials both in boston with the romney hq and in chicago with the obama hq. they say they're monitoring the situation, have contingency plans but the safety of the people in the storm's way comes before politics. one other thing fair to say, if this storm does hit and it is devastating, it could be part of the campaign. >> a live event about to be under way. we'll check back with you later on appreciate that paul. >> while mitt romney's quest for the white house, has been documented, ann romney's journey has been fascinating in its own right. in a series of interviews with gloria borger you get a glimpse of her role in this campaign. the journey of ann romney, cnn
Oct 6, 2012 9:00am PDT
held to visitation as well as to payment, child support? >> well, fred, in 34 states this happens. 34 states allow this. 16 states say no. the criminal sentencing judge in this particular case directed the case to go to family court and directed him instead topography make restitution, to make child support payments. so he says listen if i'm making child support payments, i want to be a father to my child, i want to have a say in education, in upbringing, and as long as i'm paying child support i'm going to do this. now one issue is can a criminal court judge direct a case to family court? that's a big issue here. but having said that it's in family court right now and he's going to get his visitation. absolutely. >> well, avery this kind of an arrangement seems to undermine a whole rape conviction. now we're saying or the court is saying that there's a relationship established between the biological parents of this child even though it came as a result of rape. >> well, there is no relationship. there's no legal relationship. this is often what we see, men trying avoid child support,
Oct 6, 2012 10:00pm PDT
longtime friend fred atchison. >> he could open 50 files a month in personal injury litigation, which made him a rich man. >> but nobody's perfect, of course. and for all of larry's unquestioned talents, the man carried around with him a raft of corresponding demons. >> i know he had a difficult childhood and that a lot of your personality is shaped when you're a child. >> and, as an adult, larry struggled with alcohol and women. he married and divorced several times. >> it was like a void he was trying to fill, and he never could fill it. >> in fact, from time to time larry had gone on benders and just vanished weeks at a time. and everybody would worry and wonder, and sure enough he'd show up again. >> i had a t-shirt made up once, yellow with black letters, saying "where is larry mcnabney". >> but then finally larry, well into his 40s, seemed to get his act together for real. he set up a new office in las vegas, everything clicked, possibly for an attractive of reason, as tavia discovered. >> i went by the office one day, and he said, i have someone i want you to meet. he said, thi
Oct 21, 2012 11:30am EDT
inside the heads of some of the peripheral players as well as some of the main players. >> who is fred larue in your novel? >> fred, unless you're a real watergate buff you're unlikely to know. fred larue was a man from mississippi, a republican operative. worked in the nixon white house. not a business card. no salary. did a let of work for attorney general john mitchell t fell to him during the watergate scandal to be the man to coordinate payments to the burglars, hush-money. >> this is historical fact? >> this is historical fact. larue was a soft-spoken, intriguing man. he had a tragedy in his life when he was young. when he was in his late '20s he accidentally killed his father when they were out hunting and he was an increasing figure. and i remember thinking, he had the kind of personality i wanted to think about and explore. so he becomes a main player in the novel even though he was a relatively minor one in the scandal himself. >> is' protagonist in your novel? >> i'm not sure there is a protagonist. the book comes from seven different points of view. some big people. some of
Oct 21, 2012 6:00pm EDT
without fred davis. the franchise player tore his left achilles. he's out for the season. as for london fletcher, the defensive captain who missed the end of the game, we will have an update on his condition, a hamstring injury, and hear from dan hellie later in sports. >> a couple beautiful big plays on both teams' parts at the end. >> it was hard to watch but encouraging as well. >> absolutely. >> they're always in it this way. >> thanks. see new a little bit. >>> moving again. a long project to improve one metro station finally finished, but it's just the beginning of a much larger effort. we'll tell you about that. >>> plus, the international community weighs in as talks about iran's nuclear program heat up. >>> and i'm storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell. there she goes, the sun down in our western sky after a beautiful sunday afternoon. how long does the great weather last? jur complete back-to-work as governor, i cut five billion dollars in spending and balanced the budget every year. and tim kaine and i both cut our own pay as governors, to lead by example. mark warner
Oct 28, 2012 11:00pm PDT
history since the team took four from the cleveland indians in 1954. fred inglis is with us live from detroit and fred, this was the first game in which the tigers led and it felt like they had a chance late in the game, but again, the combines just had that? extra. >> reporter: they have a lot of tools here. you talk about pablo sand val, but how the national league championship series mvp. that would be marco scutaro, who is a consumate pro, and plays this game the right way. marco came into game 4 of the world series batting 2 for 12, but today, he hustled and scored on posey's hit and the guy they call blockbuster comes through in the 10th when they needed it the most. >> i'm just excited! i mean, i don't even know what to say right now. it's a blessing from above. i have to thank god for this. just for the opportunity to be in the world series, and now that we won it, i mean, i can't ask for anything better than this. >> we made pitches and our pipeline stepped up. we didn't use a whole lot in the series, but what we got used man we made sure we did some damage. >> reporter:
Oct 23, 2012 6:00am EDT
cincinnati, came back and one. san francisco is pretty darned good. we talked about fred davis' injury yesterday the achilles tear. he is out for the year. so that means chris cooley, welcome back, captain chaos. the guy who is the all-time leader for receptions for a tight end in the history of the washington redskins is back. of course, he is an eight high pressure year vet. i like what you said in the tease. look at as it a respite. he had about a seven, eight- week layoff to try to get back in shape. the knee was a problem in takeru kobayashiing camp. they had other capable guys but chris is now back because fred davis is gone for the year. paulson will probably get the start more than likely in pittsburgh. niles paul also. we'll find out what chris' role will be as he comes back and practices tomorrow. of course, with chris here, fred davis is out and that is a big blow. fred davis was the top option and it was a bizarre play here. really wasn't touched. that is how these achilles things happen. he is down and out right there. i saw fred after the game. he was being carted often.
Oct 7, 2012 5:00pm PDT
the red but we begin with fred inglis live from detroit where a's fans cheered on their team despite a loss. >> reporter: yes, you know, losing game one of a best of five series on the road adds more pressure to the a's but this morning i talked to the players and the local fan whose seem confident about game two today. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> hit a home n. >> reporter: he has been shooting bay area sports teams since the 1970s. but this year's a's team is something new. >> besides being young this is a fairy tale story. they are amazing. this year is so special, not just in terms of the year, but in the innocence. like your first love. >> we know we are in the hunt. get away with a win today hopefully. >> reporter: fans were over shadowed by tiger nation but the park is not intimeidating -- intimidating. several players families are here for support. he has relatives in from chicago. >> mom, aunts, uncles. >> reporter: safety in numbers? >> well, we are his number one fan. >> it is not a hostile environment. it is a wonderful experience and i do get loud. >> reporter:
Oct 7, 2012 1:00pm PDT
, fred, and this is important in this very tight race, he says that he will live by the result, whatever it is, if that means that even if it sweeps him out of office. take a listen. >> translator: none of you should have the least doubt we will recognize the results regardless of what they are. >> reporter: and what's also interesting, though, while this has been determined by the carter center right there in atlanta saying that, look, this is a transparent system and one of the most sophisticated voting system nts world we had a locality of people worrying about who you were voting for. now, i want you to hear from another young student voting for the first time. listen to what he told me. >> reporter: you do not want to say who you were voting? >> yeah, because the vote is secret. the important thing is that every venezuelan is going to vote and make his decision. >> reporter: so it's clear that voters here still feel like they'll be tainted if they are labeled as either with the opposition or with the government. what does that mean, fred? it can mean not getting into university or g
Oct 19, 2012 12:00pm EDT
measures. think about spain and greece as well. we saw demonstrations just this week. fred black joins us now to help us see what this all means. fred, you think this is the best way to protect against the crushing debt problems some members are face sng why? >> well, because it seems there has been a lack of oversight in some countries, especially one of the ones you just mentioned. namely spain that actually led to a lot of spain's problems. if you look at right now what that country is having to do, they're having to pump a lot of money into their banking sector because a lot of their banks are in danger of going breek, and quite frankly, the spanish don't have that money at this point in time. this new oversight body is there to do two thing. one is oversight overall european banks, and the other thing is actually bailing these banks out, and the money that it draws from could come from the european central bank, but it could also come from the european stability mechanism. that is a bail-out fund that the euro zone has. it is a very, very important thing, and it was a lot of
Oct 25, 2012 2:30am EDT
... >> hockenberry: and fred singer, the veteran scientist at these proceedings. he's a retired physicist once responsible for government weather satellites, who tells people the climate needs no help from worried humans. >> climate, to me, has become a non-issue. it's a phantom issue. there's nothing wrong with climate. it will change no matter what we do. it'll get colder, it'll get warmer. we just have to wait a little. >> hockenberry: singer says he's dedicated to explaining his theories about global warming. what keeps you going? what's your motivation? >> basically i like to see good science being done and protected. i think i'm fighting here for scientific truth. that's important to me. >> hockenberry: do you think the science is being hyped on global warming? >> oh, very definitely, yes. >> hockenberry: armed with that conviction, this team of skilled political messengers and contrarians has certainly changed the game. in just four years, the number of americans who agree global warming is man-made has dropped to about half. it's a message that is inspiring a new generation of ske
Oct 14, 2012 10:00am PDT
marriage as only between a man and a woman? fred de sam lazaro tells the story. >>> welcome, i'm bob abernethy. it's good to have you with us as we begin today a three-part series we call "none of the above. it's about the fast-rising number of people in this country who say they have no affiliation with any particular religion. according to a new survey released this week by the pew research center's forum on religion and public life in partnership with this program, that number is now the highest it's ever been in any pew polling. when pollsters ask whether people are baptist or catholic or jewish or some other religious tradion, more and mo peoe say, in fect "none of the above." so they have come to be called the nones -- n-o-n-e-s. we wanted to know who these nones are, why they are unaffiliated and what that says about the future of american religious life. greg smith is a senior researcher at pew's forum on religion and public life. >> today in 2012 almost one in five american adults -- 20% -- describe themselves as religiously unaffiliated. that equates to out million adul
Oct 22, 2012 7:30am EDT
are not affiliated with any religion. >>> and fred de sam lazaro profiles a catholic priest who has spent his life rescuing young filipina girls from sex trafficking and prostitution. >>> welcome. i'm bob abernethy. it's good to have you with us. with less than three weeks until election day, polls show a divided picture among religious voters, especially catholics, who have been almost evenly split between president obama and governor romney. on thursday, both candidates attended the annual al smith charity dinner sponsored by the catholic archdiocese of new york. at the usually lighthearted event, both men made jokes at their own expense, but obama ended on a serious note -- >> it's written in scripture that tribulation produces perseverance. and perseverance, character. and character, hope. >>> this week, the u.s. catholic bishops have been urging special prayers for religious liberty. at a mass to open the rosary novena for life and liberty, archbishop william lori said catholics must bring their beliefs to the public square. religion came up briefly at the presidential debate t
Oct 29, 2012 12:00pm PDT
in this part of the city. >> giants players and coaches heading home right now. fred english is joining us now where the plane took off. do you think it sunk in for the team, fred? >> well, i think last night did sink in, absolutely torre. we are inside the lobby of a private hangar here. outside, listed as 43 degrees. windchill factor, 35. it is bitter cold out in. earlier, the giants were what i would call family mode as they kind of took care of the children and waited arn for the plane to come. i talked to pitcher madison bumgardner. he said it was too early. the night is too young to talk. they were all scheduled to leave detroit metro about 1:00 p.m. they didn't begin boarding until then. the double-decker 747 charter finally left off here around 2:20 p.m. and should arrive in the city about 4:00 pacific time time. >> of course, mark secureo, the guy who had the clutch game winning single was michael scuttero, game four to finish the 4-game sweep. the locker room at the coamerica park is very, very small. and then you add the media and the celebration, it got very congeste
Oct 28, 2012 7:00am PDT
am mike mibach. >> we have team coverage for you. fred is in detroit and we begin with allie rasmus where something is about to pop up for game four. >> reporter: that's right. giants fans can come down to civic plaza and watch the game four of the world series on the giant 14-foot screen. they are starting to put it together. you can see all the stage workers out here and in the flat bed truck. that is the pop up stage that that big screen is going to sit on top. you will see construction has already started. >> we should see the stage. and the mobile stage. and it should be ready to start receiving video within the next two and a half hours. >> some fans with giants fever are here to get a front row seat and the brothers from union city have been here since midnight. they were here for the 2010 watch party also here at the plaza. they wanted to make sure they were back here tonight. >> it is insane. and it is an instant party in the streets. everyone was running around. banging on bus windows. it is crazy. >> madness. >> reporter: two years ago when they put up the screen, thousan
Oct 17, 2012 6:00pm PDT
road trip for dr. fred warren. his dental office burned down in a fire last week. that also destroyed two other businesses. in san francisco's west portal neighborhood this doctor knows the important thing is that no one got hurt. he'll find another spot but he is a die hard giants fan some of his precious memorabilia that he kept in the office is ruined. >> my lincecum zwrersy hanging and the hats were in the back. they're rather messed up. >> he wore that lincecum jersey all the time and had it on at work the day before the fire. his staff bought it for him the year the giants made it into the world series. >> he had a jersey that means a lot to him. it's hard. >> dr. fred followed his father's footsteps as a orthodontist and giants fan. >> and so esh today on the same block, the father and son and staff gathered around the tv in a neighborhood bar to watch the team and after hearing about dr. fred's misfortune, the giants are happy to play ball telling us they will replace that cherished lincecum jersey. >> that is nice of the giants. that is great. >> in san francisco, abc 7 news.
Oct 22, 2012 4:25am EDT
can handle three but the fourth one did them in. but the ugly, an achilles tear to tight end fred davis who is out for the year. >> the guys that stepped up in his spot played extremely well. i thought it was great to see them step up in that situation. but losing fred is huge, in my opinion. he is a gamer. he shows up on game day. he plays extremely well. not only does he catch the ball and great after the catch but he is a great run blocker and a good guy to have out there with you on the field. my opinion, it sucks for everybody involved in the situation including fred and he will be missed. >> reporter: today's 27 been 23 loss to the giants here leaves the redskins at 3-4:00 in new jersey, dave ross, fox 5 sports. >>> speaking of the skins, they may be heading to the steel city with number 47 on the team. there are reports that the team will sign chris cooley. he could be back with the skins as soon as today. the 30-year-old spent eight seasons before being released in late august. he left as the all-time franchise leader in career receptions with 428. >>> we still have plenty
Oct 12, 2012 6:00am PDT
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Oct 26, 2012 6:00pm EDT
panel. fred barnes executive editor of the "weekly standard." kirsten powers for daily beast. charles lane, opinion writer if "washington post." fred? >> the c.i.a. statement suggests that somebody other than the c.i.a. was denying aid. of course, that doesn't even include two special forces units which were in southern italy at the time and could have come down to help an helped at the annex. where ultimately tyrone's father spoke. from the c.i.a., al-qaeda related, i assume rebels there. my question is this. we are getting to know a good deal. the president was in town that night. it would have been in washington times, late afternoon throughout the evening. the seven-hour period. when you are making decisions on the use of the military, in combat, in a foreign country, where violating sovereignty might be a factor, the president has to decide that. it's not the defense secretary, it's not the c.i.a. director. i think the president brags about how much information they are letting out. what was his role? was he the one who decided that no help would be given? nobody would have been
Oct 19, 2012 11:00pm PDT
, fred hochberg, joins us later but first, new york columnist nicholas kristof. >> gavin: you summed up expectations of obama first term. your score card was pretty favorable except for one exception, you rated president obama in communication an "f." what is communicating selling the agenda? selling the success? >> yes and it's kind of astonishing that a president that had such oratorycal skills and such a fantastic writer has such difficulties crafting bumper stickerrers. if you think about the healthcare debate i don't think he came up with a good bumper sticker to sell it with a good message. he still gave some good speeches but there aren't really that many in his first term. it's always said that candidates, when you're running for office you speak in poetry. then you governor in prose. but the--boom's prose while governing has really felt like latin. i think maybe he has not appreciated until recently the power of bully pulpit. it's not just about announcements but winning over the public. i think over the past few years he has risen to the responsibility. >> gavin: interesting.
Oct 22, 2012 9:00am EDT
reluctantly decides to let him go. joining me now, democratic pollster fred yang and bill mcinturff. fred, let me start with you. this whole election seems to be -- let me read you this tweet i got based on our poll. and i thought, boy, does this not sum it up. john p. coke tweeted this. the registered voters numbers would seem to indicate that obama can improve by closing enthusiasm, while romney needs to persuade. would you rather be obama or romney? i'm going to put the question to both of you. fred, you first. would you rather be right now obama or romney? >> i would rather be president obama. i mean, look. i think all of us, bill mcinturff and the republicans included, all of us thought this would be a close election. i think the numbers from the poll, they'll look good for the president. the right direction, 41%. people believe the economy is improving. there are other numbers, obviously, which favor mitt romney, but i think given where the economy has been, and where this country has been, to close in the last two weeks with a 41% right direction, that's a pretty good place t
Oct 13, 2012 12:00pm EDT
getting annihilated, fred. i like how the school district says we're going to move for dismissal. we recognize there's a problem but the courts aren't the way to solve it. the courts, unfortunately, are the only way to solve it right now. nobody's standing up there and doing the right thing. when less than 10% of your students in middle school and high school graduate on proficient levels, i mean, come on. these students are not going to get into colleges. if they do get into colleges they're not going to be able to handle the workload there. avery talks about amount per student they spend. >> you need objective standards. you can't just say, well, that's the way it is, it's terrible. it's not money. it's idea of creating science-based teaching, a wonderful idea, to make people accountable. that's what the power of this lawsuit is all about. it's an extraordinary thing and a wonderful thing to happen. >> fred, it will open up -- >> the state school board hasn't done it. there's no alternative to this. >> the state of michigan has been moved to be dismissed from this lawsuit, ackn
Oct 4, 2012 9:00am EDT
come back and you know, fred's points are well taken which is for a lot of voters, the election started last night. if he is going to have a come back in ohio, it started last night. >> and fred and then we are going to open it up for the rest of you folks -- president obama one last time and beat senator mccain by seven points. now, part of it was you know, 66% of the vote among 18 to 29-year-olds, 67% of the vote among latino voters. african-american was like 95-4 or something like that and the poll has shown the african-american vote is rocksolid for the president and the numbers extremely high so lets let's just sort of assume rough parity with last time. but the question was, as you suggested the turnout levels among latino voters and i would add young voters very much questionable and when i have gone on campuses i cannot find a pulse. you saw a registration table registered to voters. there might be a couple of people behind the table to register people and nobody in front of the table registering. there's there is just no pulse there. is it safe to say that a seven-point
Oct 13, 2012 11:00am PDT
say right now? >> well, actually, fred, they're not willing to go further than what you just said. we called around to the campaigns themselves. they're referring us to police, and police are only pretty much divulging those details you mentioned. a single shot was fired. this window was shattered at this obama campaign office there in denver, and that there is a possible vehicle of interest, and not necessarily a suspect. so we'll continue obviously to dig for some more details, but right now, that's all we have coming in. unclear if that's all the police have or if that's all they're willing to divulge right now, fred. >> meantime, let's shift gears. big night tuesday night for the men who would be president in their second showdown. >> second showdown. >> that's right. we understand both are hunkering down this weekend in various ways, preparing. the president heading to williamsburg,verge verge. what more do we know about how these two are preparing for tuesday's debate? >> we expect for them to both have those same kinds of intense debate camps, right? you just mentioned a mo
Oct 24, 2012 11:00am PDT
last one. the president, fred, has an easier path to 270. not an easy path, an easier path. we put him at about 237. that's 237 electoral votes, either strong for the president or leaning the president's way. and he only needs 270. if the president can win iowa, wisconsin, ohio and nothing else changes, it would be game over. but the romney campaign says iowa about a tie now. ohio is probably plus two or three for the president now. wisconsin seems a little safer for the president. but the republicans say maybe they're still in play there. what does the president doing, as jim noted, he's going to focus a lot of time on the three in midwest because they're close and compact. he and the vice president can hit all three of those states in a matter of a few hours. however, you have to have a backup plan in case governor romney can take iowa away, the president will go west. the latino vote is critical to nevada. when you got a dead heat race that either candidate could win, you're going to spend a lot of time and a lot of hours on the road and because you have to go from nevada to new ham
Oct 6, 2012 10:00pm PDT
took to the field as they hunt for a spot in this year's world series. we have team coverage. fred inglis is live in new york, but first we go to debora villalon live outside of at&t park with the giant's first playoff game just ended. >> reporter: just about to end not the way they wanted, not the way they launched their world series drive two years ago ago. clutch hitting seemed to have failed. tonight might be remembered for its better mosts like quarterback alex smith lobbing the first pitch 7th inning trevor immelman reds up, giants scoreless, but these fans refused to sing the blues. their high pirits captured by pitcher sergio romo, who skipped on the field and that welcome for dusty baker, acknowledging his years. in these hands $150 seats received as gifts. >> we were in arizona, we got to sit in front, but now we're at a real game. at a playoff game. >> reporter: this pandemonium screams home-field advantage. even visible to the pilots. >> coming over the stadium was absolutely awesome. >> we r i had a chance to see the firework and it was definitely awesome. >> reporter:
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Sep 30, 2012 11:00pm EDT
the "a team" angelo mcglowan and the executive editor of "the weekly standard", fred standard", fred, there is not a chance i would begin with you tonight. [laughter] president obama is rushing romney nearly every poll. is this over? >> absolutely not. i do not believe the this is a runaway. why will be trust these guys now? should i say it is a ploy to get people not to vote to? >> 9 million americans said they will not go to i think we should be trying to get people to go. >> she brings up of point* even among women and they think president obama will win they will not show up. it is a disservice the first to tell the truth that they start celebrating now, so celebrate please. lou: this is an interesting theory. are you that mock the belly and and clever? >> no. [laughter] all both the romney campaign could use some of that. some polls are distorted because of the sample. so many are based on a sample of voters that is even more than 2008. i think mitt romney is a little bit behind but he needs a and intervening event to move ahead and the debate this a good time to achieve one. >>
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